THIS MOTHER'S DAY GIVE A GIFT OF KINDNESS & SUPPORT
NAPERVILLE–We read about Kindness Projects everywhere. We are marching in streets and walking out in parking lots, but perhaps look next door. Naperville resident Susan Hoffman has been fighting for her life after being diagnosed with Leukemia this past October. Working as an Adult Services Librarian at the Naperville Public Library for years, she supported her family, including maintaining health benefits, until she began to feel very tired and had low blood counts. Initially classified as an auto-immune disease, a bone marrow biopsy later found acute myeloid leukemia/AML.
The diagnosis made it impossible for her to work during treatment, which subsequently ended her employment after FMLA ran out. While caring for his family, Susan’s husband Wayne has been also out of work from the financial services industry as a seasoned Sales Professional, which has taken a toll on their finances. Amazing friends have stepped in to support the Hoffman’s three children that participate in Cub Scouts, attend Patterson Elementary School, and play in the Naperville Park District Soccer League, but after extensive treatment including a bone marrow transplant, medical bills are becoming overwhelming without health care and employment. Help thy neighbor, walk up, and be kind - donate today.at www.youcaring.com/susanhoffman-1129020.